What sign does the horse wear?
Over his eye, the sun-disc
On his forehead, big bears
Silver shines his body at night
His neck is decorated with a bell
He’s not like any other horse
His neck is up to the sky
And his tail touches Earth
On his hooves, he wears runes
He roams the sky
In his golden carriage, he carries
The sun until the evening hours
Interestingly, the sun chariot is derived from one of the oldest known Indo-European myths that was spread with the Religion of the Sun. The Vedic sun god Surya, the Greek sun god Helios (as well as Apollo), and the Indo-European sun god Belenus were all depicted being pulled across the sky in horse drawn chariots, for example.2 The sun horse is also a common symbol associated with the sun and can be commonly found in the celtic and slavic traditions as well as in ancient Sumerian and Phoenician art.
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